DD's are 3 and go to bed anywhere between 7:30-8:30 They don't have day naps anymore (unfortunately) and get up around 7 the next morning.
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22-05-2012 19:33 #11Senior Member
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22-05-2012 19:33 #12
6pm at that age. 7pm now as a year 3 kid.
22-05-2012 19:34 #13
DS2 (4) and DD3 (8 turning9) 7 pm
DD2 (10 turnibg 11) 7:30pm
DS1 (12 turning 13) 8 pm
DD1 is a adult.
22-05-2012 19:39 #14
DD is almost 7 and goes to bed at 7pm, has since she was about 6 months old. DD2 is 12 months and goes to bed 5:30pm, you can almost tell the time by her! I wish she would go to bed later!
22-05-2012 19:42 #15
DS is 2 years 4 months- goes to bed around 9:30, 10 on a bad night if he had an ultra long late arvo day nap . I'd give my right eye for an earlier bedtime lol but on the other hand I love the break during he's day nap so I'm not willing to shorten it by waking him . He is literally just NOT tired any earlier . At your child's age OP he was like clockwork , 7 on the dot he would collapse asleep .
DD is 14 months , goes to bed anywhere from 7:30-8:30.
22-05-2012 19:43 #16
7.30, he's 2 and has gone down at that time pretty much forever. He'd probably.fall asleep 30 mins earlier but DP likes to spend some time with him when he comes home from work.
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22-05-2012 19:47 #17
8 - 7:30/8:00
3 - 7:00
1 - 6:30
22-05-2012 19:51 #18
DS is almost 1 and he goes to bed at 7pm every night.
22-05-2012 19:54 #19
Ds (age 5.5) 6:30pm (in theory - in reality more like 7pm). He sleeps til 7am - 7:30am.
Dd (age 7.5 months) usually around 7pm.
22-05-2012 19:55 #20
DS is only eight months old but he goes to bed around 6:30pm every night and sleeps through to between 8-9
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